World Cup 2022 LIVE: Who England play next and when as France wait to find out last 16 opponent

Five teams have now confirmed their place in the last 16 of the 2022 World Cup after Groups A and B played their final matches on Tuesday.

England, the Netherlands, Senegal and the United States have joined France in qualifying for the knockout stages. Les Bleus will play their final match today as Group C draws to a close. Australia will face Denmark in what is likely to be a winner-takes-all clash, while France can confirm their first-place finish by avoiding defeat against Tunisia.

Argentina will then fight to save their World Cup in the evening’s matches, with Lionel Scaloni’s side needing to beat Poland to confirm their progression to the knockouts. If they lose, then a Saudi Arabia defeat of Mexico will send the South Americans crashing out of a tournament many expected them to win.

Follow all the latest updates below…

Race for the Golden Boot

Marcus Rashford is one of four players leading the way in the race for the Golden Boot after his brace against Wales.

Kylian Mbappe, Enner Valencia and Cody Gakpo are the other players at the top of the standings, all of whom have scored three goals so far.

Click here to find out who else is in the running.

What’s on offer

Four more games will come today, rounding off the action in Groups C and D.

First, France face Tunisia and Australia take on Denmark in the final matches of Group C. Les Bleus are top of the group and only need a point to confirm that position, while Australia will also go through if they avoid defeat.

Then this evening, Lionel Messi and Argentina must avoid defeat against Poland to qualify for the knockouts. If they lose and Saudi Arabia avoid defeat against Mexico, Argentina will crash out of the tournament.

Good morning

Good morning and welcome to Mirror Football’s Live Blog for Day 11 of the 2022 World Cup with another action-packed day ahead of us.

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